Rupert Grint's film Cherrybomb
was screened last month at the 39th Giffoni Film Festival
, which took place from 12 to 25th July in Gifonni Valle Piana
, near Salerno and Naples (South Italy). The film was shown in the Generation 16
category, and although it didn't win (the award went to the film My Suicide
, the same one who beat Cherrybomb
at the Berlinale as well), the film received very good reviews. Many thanks to Anna
who helped me translate this review
by Aldo Spiniello
. Here's what he had to say about Rupert:
The pair of directors don’t waste their time trying to demonstrate a strikingly original style, they have faith in the pale face of Rupert Grint (who has finally freed himself from the Harry Potter label), and they content themselves with a few simple solutions, such as the text messages materializing onto the screen, as the sign of an increasingly shorter and more painful communication.
Read the entire translation here
. Thanks again Anna
Also thanks to Laura
for sending us this review
, posted when Cherrybomb was screened at the Galway Film Festival in Ireland last month:
If you expect Rupert Grint to be somewhat slow and dumb just like he is in the HARRY POTTER films, you will be positively surprised. Grint is capable of being more than a sorcerers apprentice sidekick. In CHERRYBOMB he shows off his sexy and wild side.
Since this review is hosted on the Britspotting Festival
website, perhaps this means that Cherrybomb
will also be screened there in November! Their feature film selection is still in progress, so we will keep you updated. This is a German festival, taking place in Berlin
, so German fans, get ready to see Malachy again!
Oh, and don't forget to read the latest edition of our fanzine Grintastic
, and please leave your comments!UPDATE:
I have just added these new reviews to our Cherrybomb Reviews page, so visit it here